Help On The Way-> Slipknot!-> Franklin's Tower, CC Rider-> It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry, Me & My Uncle-> Big River, Althea, Promised Land China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Estimated Prophet-> Supplication Jam-> Uncle John's Band-> Drums-> Jam-> The Other One-> Morning Dew, E: Around & Around
June 17, 2017 Subject:
2 tabs of yellow sunshine otw there then we bought some hash from a guy who jumped in the backseat and pulled the stuff out of the sleeve of his silky shirt that had drawstrings at the wrists. Then herding thru the gates getting sprayed from above with who knows what. Jerry's hair!was like 12feet wide like this big white rainbow of all different shades of white and I saw red and blue airplanes streaking across the sky that may or may not have been there, but then, then the show started. Some dude climbed up one of the booms and wouldn't come down and the parking lot was a logjam and that's all I remember.
October 4, 2016 Subject:
1) There is no "space" before China Cat, that should be called "tuning."
2) There is no "Playin jam," that is called "Supplication jam." It hadn't been played in 5 years.
3) Scarlet Begonias>Fire On The Mountain is not from this show, and should not have been included.
Get with it.
May 27, 2016 Subject:
Was just listening to the dead show I saw at sandstone in June of 91. I remembered leaving early. I remember tripping really hard. But mostly, I remember leaving early... I just listened to it, and looked back at the setlist, and there were over 30 minutes of drums and space at separate intervals in the show. They tried to pull off some China cat sunflower thing in the middle of it, but it just wasn't working. Of course, I got to a point of tripping, where the whole thing sounded like drums and space. I drove home in my 74 Volkswagen Super Beetle on the gravel shoulder of K10, because I was scared to go over about 15 miles an hour
November 26, 2012 Subject:
Go on home your mommas callin you.
THESE SHOWS KICK ASS!!!!....I TOURED THAT YEAR ...AND IT WAS GREAT....THIS SHOW WAS GOOD...BUT THE NEXT NIGHT...OH MY GOD!!...IT WAS HOT!!!THE MUSIC AND THE WEATHER...THERE WHERE ALOT OF GREAT SHOWS THAT YEAR ...PINE KNOB,MILE HIGH,SHORLELINE W/DARK STAR IN 1ST SET....BUT THESE SHOW ARE NEVER TALKED ABOUT...THEY GAVE THE MID-WEST A FUCKIN GREAT WEEKEND OF SHOWS!!!!...THE 25TH SHOW OF THIS RUN SHOULD BE IN THE VAULT....!!!!4 STARS FOR THIS SHOW......10 STARS FOR THE WEEKEND!!!
March 11, 2007 Subject:
Jerry initiated in the space segment before CHina Cat! Nice work Jerome!
August 18, 2006 Subject:
Hot in Sandstone
In the grand scheme of things this show is a solid four star. As I remember riding my motorcycle south from Des Moines to KC it looked as if it could rain at any time. However the rain never came. The day was more of a typical midwestern August day than June. Muggy and damp and later when the sun came out it got real freakin hot. 90's. You know the kind of day when all of your pores are open and when you smoke a joint the end by your fingers is way to wet to burn. That kind of afternoon. When the band took the stage there was feeling within the crowd that everything is gonna be alright. Then Jerry started strumming the intro into Help. You start bobbin' your head. Your inner smile, from your gut comes up your throat and you feel the corners of your mouth pull away - Hell yeah Help Is On The Way!!! This is why we all came. Not only this show - but every show! Sandstone was the center of the world for this evening. '91 - the Vince and Bruce tour was in full effect. No complaints on this end. Sunsetting and China/Rider groving for all to enjoy. Overall song selection was outstanding. Jer's vocals were a bit off at times but more on than off. Give it a listen and relive a great time. Comin, Comin, Comin Around!
April 25, 2006 Subject:
what an awesome tour, night after night.
Franklin's is over 17 minutes long, and it only gets better from there.
A hot and sticky day, and the band delivered a performance to match. Plenty of energy, but the band seemed to be working at cross-purposes at times in this show, leading to some interesting interplay but a lot of "not quite" moments.
After the show, on the way out, we saw someone up on a Jersey barrier haranguing the crowd, and I heard him say, "What you do with your peanut butter is your own business!" As good a summing up of this show as any, I think.
A solid recording of an irregular gem.
April 12, 2005 Subject:
This summer tour was kind especially getting both Bruce and Vince on keys. Also this show was cool to see Jerry jam the 3rd of only seven "Train TO Cry" and watch Bobby bust "Supplication Jam" first one since 4/13/86
April 5, 2005 Subject:
both nights are a must. Love the supplication in the second set.
April 1, 2005 Subject:
Another typically solid Summer '91 show. Unfortunately this board seems to be marred by over saturation in spots. Partucularly where it gets real loud (Franklin's, Dew, Around..). Almost like Healy had the levels on the DAT set a bit too hot. Still quite listenable though.
Anyone know where the S>F filler is from? Sounds early '80's ish. Fair AUD.
October 30, 2004 Subject:
Great show but bad seed... there is a little bit of silence (possibly SBEs) near the beginning of every track of set I, even though shntool.txt says it's OK. Since burning software will pad the tracks with zeroes if necessary, and the show was extracted, shntool will not indicate any problems.
I will upload a fixed version. I removed the silence, and also removed the nasty buzzing sound just before Around and Around, and added silence between the encore and the filler. I will post here again once it's completely uploaded.
(1 star rating for the bad seed, not the show itself.)
October 25, 2004 Subject:
Jerry/Bob fought at this show while rockin hard!
This show was the only concert where i've ever seen 2 guitarists fight on stage! That Supplication jam was pulled away by Jerry (with his back turned) on Bob, and the fight was certainly over the Dark Star teases at every other show (note: also larger venues) throughout the summer. They didn't finish Dark Star at Mile High...but Santana rocked! Still wonderin if others noticed that??
July 5, 2004 Subject:
Night of the 7s
So I was not at this show but I have possesed a nice quality tape of the second set before and it is quite unique and very smooth with many high points. The thing is, that jam tween Estimated and Uncle John's is not a Playin jam. It is the rare and precious Supplication jam (sans the words) that only was palyed a few times after Bobby stopped doing the whole Lazy Lightning>Supplication thing circa early 80s. Another fine thing about this show is the whole run of songs in 7. Estimated is in 7, Supplication is in 7 then the last instrumental movement in Uncle John's is in 7 as well. To my knowledge this is the only time they ever did these together and they pulled it off very well. Bruce and Jerry do great solos on Uncle John's that well up tears if you let it. Bruce on accordion for that jam and piano other places. Great show.
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